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gismu rafsi: dim x1 is a fate/destiny of x2; [doom, curse are mabla-forms]; x2 is fated/predestined/doomed to x1. Fated/destined/doomed (= seldimna). See also dapma.
lo ka xabju ti cu dimna mi
To live here is my fate.
lujvo x1 is mortal/subject to death. See also morsi, dimna, mroka'e
experimental cmavo vocative: well-wish - curse Used to express well-wishes/curses. See also dimna, zandapma, dapma, ki'e, doi
lujvo x1 is a curse / bad fate upon x2 ; x2 is cursed / accursed. See dimna, mabla, dapma
lujvo x1 is a blessing / good fate upon x2 ; x2 is blessed. See dimna, zabna, zandapma
fu'ivla x1 (agent) consigns (by thought, word, or deed) x2 (patient) to fate x3 (abstraction) So-called "neutral-dapma"; zandapma would be the connotationally positive form, while dapma would be the connotationally negative form. See pacna, dimna, a'o, di'ai
gismu rafsi: dap x1 curses/damns/condemns x2 to fate (event) x3. Curse with a specific expression (= dapsku). See also mabla, dimna, cnemu, sfasa, dunda, cusku, cirko, jdima, di'ai.
lujvo x1=z1=r1=g1 procrastinates/avoids doing work x2=r2=g2 (ka), instead doing x3=r3 (ka). I figured I'd FINALLY get around to defining this, only for it to be in order to delay doing homework. cf. zukte, rivbi, gunka, dimna, funca.
lujvo x1 swears / takes an oath, promising/asserting x2 (abstraction), invoking fate x3 (abstraction) x2 could be a nu-event or ka-action that x1 intends to happen or perform, or a du'u-proposition that x1 swears the truth of. x3 is a fate (typically bad) that x1 invokes on themself should they break the oath. tu'a can be used to raise x3, to swear by a treasured possession (implied fate being loss of that possession), or a deity (implied fate being the wrath of said deity). See dimna, maldimna, nupre, cevni, dapma